SportingCharts.com was launched in 2012 and is headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta. We are enhancing the way people view and understand sports. We are dedicated to improving the analytics of sports by providing tools, resources and unique visuals to better arm fans, fantasy players and bettors in their decision making. SportingCharts.com was created to provide every level of sports enthusiast with a different perspective on the statistics we see on traditional websites and print media.
Whether you’re a casual fan, die-hard, gambler, player agent, or team, we want to make it as easy as possible for you compare the performance of teams and players.
In the stock market, charts are an integral part of analyzing past performance, opportunities, and trends. Technical analysts use trends, chart patterns, moving averages, logarithmic, and algorithmic indicators to gauge future performance. Our goal is to provide the same level of analysis to all major professional sports.
Site Statistics (Spring 2014):
- 375,000 monthly unique visitors
- 550,000 monthly page views
- 100,000+ pages of content and statistics
- 91.1% North America traffic
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Cory Wagner - CEO (Follow @WagSC)
Cory is a graduate of the University of Alberta School of Business, entrepreneur, restauranteur, and proud father of 3. He co-founded Investopedia.com in 1999 eventually selling to Forbes Media in 2007. Cory has invested in several other startups, including an early investor and board member with Mitre Media Corp. and is active in the Thoroughbred racing industry as an owner and breeder.
Chad Langager - COO (Follow @clangager)
Chad is a graduate of the University of Alberta School of Business. Chad started as an intern at Investopedia.com and eventually headed up a significant portion of the product and content development. Chad has been involved in the startup scene since leaving Investopedia and is an avid cyclist.
Mike Berg - CTO (Follow @ekimgreb)
Mike is a graduate of the University of Alberta. Mike worked as a developer at Investopedia.com in 2006 before leaving to work as a consultant. Mike is an avid guitar player and enjoys all things music.
We have over 30 paid and volunteer contributors who share our passion for all things sports, and bring extensive experience to the site in their analysis and coverage.
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